"On my own at the bottom of the garden". by Poverty

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  • Susie Peek
    Susie Peek12 months ago

    Aw have you been banished from the house again Tony? …. lovely flower and capture :)

  • Yep, you hit the nail on the head Susie, (wife used a sweeping brush ). This lonely flower was the only company I had down there. Honest, it was the only one in that part of the garden as tree felling had wrecked most of the plants there earlier in the year. Glad you liked my little friend. Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • lynn carter
    lynn carter12 months ago

    poor little Cosmos, she looks sad xx

  • Yes, she really did Lynn. I talked to her nicely ( learnt that from HRH Prince Charles ) and she seemed to perk up a bit so I hope I was of help to her. Blimey, I’m getting worse than Prince Charles. Thanks Lynn for being so understanding. Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Laurie Search
    Laurie Search12 months ago

    Aww, this is so sweet and lovely….She may be drooping a little bit, but she’s still beautiful!!! Love the color, dear Tony!!! :)))

  • Considering she was all alone and a bit sad as Lynn said above, I think she appreciated a nice old man like me being friendly to her Laurie. I have my uses you see. Seriously, many thanks for such nice words, I appreciate them loads. Cheers.Tony.( If I have missed commenting it’s not of choice, problems with spine have made typing difficult, old age I’m afraid. )

    – Poverty

  • vette
    vette12 months ago

    She’s still beautiful Tony, and I love her colour. The blurred background really adds to the subject, and makes her stand ut so nicely. Susan

  • Hi Susan. That’s a really smashing comment you’ve made and it’s truly appreciated by this silly old Welsh idiot. I was surprised to see her there as falling branches from a huge tree we had to have lopped almost to nothing devastated that part of the garden. Thanks loads. Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Monnie Ryan
    Monnie Ryan12 months ago

    Beautifully done, Tony! Love the perspective!

  • Nearly on my old creaking knees again Monnie. One day I’m going to get stuck and not be able to straighten up at all and will have to wait for wife to feel sorry for me ( long time ). Cheers and thanks. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Roy  Massicks
    Roy Massicks12 months ago

    Tony – with all these lovely photos your garden won’t have any secrets anymore ! Ann will love having them to look back on !

  • Loads of secret places there Roy. Specially where I dig holes and hide my whisky away from Ann who would pour them down the drain, cruel woman. Seriously, there are so many nooks and crannies and different types of garden ( does that make sense ? ) that being stuck home a lot at the moment it’s at least something I can shoot ( besides myself ). Thanks for calling them lovely photos Roy. Appreciate that. Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castro12 months ago

    nice shot

  • Thanks Heloisa, I’m sorry to have to tell you that I keep taking flower photos all the time so sorry if you get bored with them. Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hart12 months ago

    Very graceful image T

  • I thought that as well Georgie. Graceful and delicate so I’m chuffed that you too think so. Wish I could get out and do some street stuff though. Fed up with flowers and bees etc. Soon I hope. Thanks and cheers Georgie. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • ( If I have missed commenting it’s not of choice, problems with spine have made typing difficult, old age I’m afraid. )

    – Poverty

  • Sandra Foster
    Sandra Foster12 months ago

    Great find/capture. A fave from me.

  • 1,000 thanks Sandra, box of chocs. on way to you by Bmail. ( Wouldn’t that be good if we could teletransport things ). Thank you so much for your lovely words. Much appreciated. Cheers. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • peaky40
    peaky4012 months ago

    Stunning macro work Tony!

  • Well Roy, thought I’d take some time off from lions, tigers etc. and do some work with flowers, mind you, saw a big ferocious worm that nearly bit me. Thanks Roy, glad you like the shot. Wish I could get out to places that you do though. ( Jealous ). Cheers.Tony.

    – Poverty

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